Number: 1442

Date: 14-Jun-84 16':45':32

Submitter: Sannella.PA

Source: Feuerman.pasa

Subject: "SHOULDNT - keyNotFound." from DLionFS

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Description: Date':  7 Jun 84 10':09 PDT'
From': Feuerman.pasa'
Subject': Lisp': Problem with Dandelion File System'
cc': Feuerman.pasa, Liles'
Lisp-System-Date': 20-May-84 12':26':28'
Machine-Type': Dandelion'
This has happened to a couple of us now.  I''m not sure if I can reproduce the problem, but I would like to know what is happening when it arises and how to get around it.'
Occasionally something on the local {DSK} will get messed up as a result of trying to delete a file.  Upon trying to OPENFILE on a {DSK} file, I''ll get the break window with the message "SHOULDNT - keyNotFound."  This seems to be a very informative message for someone who knows what a "Key" is.  I don''t.  Can one salvage the file on the {DSK} after this situation occurs?  What does that message mean?  What caused it?'


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Edit-By: Sannella.PA

Edit-Date: 17-Aug-84 10':24':39


Assigned To: Stansbury

In/By: Harmony


System: Operating System

Subsystem: DLion Disk



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Difficulty: Moderate

Frequency: Everytime

Impact: Serious

Priority: Absolutely

Status: Closed

Problem Type: Bug

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